U.S. Marshals Service Recognizes BLM Ranger for Role in Apprehension of Fugitive Kidnapping Suspect

(Left) Deputy U.S. Marshal Pete Thompson recognizes Grand Canyon-Parashant National Monument Ranger Brice Provost. (Right) Deputy U.S. Marshal Pete Thompson recognizes BLM Arizona Strip Field Office Ranger Curtis Racker for his crucial aid in rescuing a kidnapping victim.

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The BLM manages one in every 10 acres of land in the United States, and approximately 30 percent of the Nation’s minerals.

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The BLM manages one in every 10 acres of land in the United States, and approximately 30 percent of the Nation’s minerals.

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